What’s better than using a stencil? How about using TWO! Get lost in the infinite possibilities that layering your stencils together creates! I have some tips in the video to help you pick out stencils that will work well together – helping ensure you have success every time!
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supplies for double stenciling
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steps to double stencil
Use stencil as a mask
- Secure detailed stencil over cardstock.
- Add stencil with larger open spaces over first stencil and secure.
- Ink through both stencils to apply smaller detail only where the stencil with larger spaces allows.
Use stencil to add select detail
- Secure the open stencil to cardstock.
- Ink through the stencil in desired color.
- Secure second, more detailed stencil over the first.
- Ink through both stencils to add pattern/detail to select, or entire image as desired.
**Note: Using dye inks will blend the colors, so be aware of color theory to create pleasing color combos.
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